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cpdf_add_annotation — Sets annotation


bool cpdf_add_annotation(pdfdoc, llx, lly, urx, ury, title, text[, mode]);
resource pdfdoc: PDF document identifier
double llx: Lower left x coordinate
double lly: Lower left y coordinate
double urx: Upper right x coordinate
double ury: Upper right y coordinate
string title: Annotation title
string text: Annotation text
int mode (optional): Units mode


TRUE on success or FALSE on error


Creates a note in a PDF document. Notes in PDF documents are the PDF equivalent of sticky notes and can be used to add comments and small items of information to a document.

The size of the note is determined by the bounding box starting at the lower left coordinates llx , lly and ending at the upper right coordinates urx , ury . text sets the textual content of the note, while title is the text that appears in the title bar when the note is opened.

If mode is specified, coordinates are calculated in PostScript points. There are usually 72 PostScript points to an inch. If not specified or set to 0, then the pages default units are used.


Since versions 3.0.12 and 4.0


Example 115. Add an annotation

// start a PDF document
$cpdf = cpdf_open(0, "test.pdf");

// create a 600x400 page
cpdf_page_init($cpdf, 1, 0, 600, 400, 1);

// add annotation
cpdf_add_annotation($cpdf, 100, 100, 300, 200, "Annotation", "Text of Annotation");

// add text
cpdf_set_font($cpdf, "Helvetica", 18, "WinAnsiEncoding");
cpdf_show_xy($cpdf, "First page", 50, 500);

// close and write document

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